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The spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula) is an invasive insect that is currently in the mid-Atlantic United States and has the potential to settle in California and have a profound impact on our agriculture and natural environment. A key to slowing the spread of spotted lanternfly is early detection and rapid response, which requires education of citizens and resource professionals. This course explores the pest's lifecycle, how they feed, travel and what to do if you see it in California.
Who should enroll?
Residents of California, Master Gardeners, Arborists, Nursery Professionals, and other stakeholders.
How to enroll
Continuing Education Units
- UC Master Gardeners are eligible for 1 hour of continuing education (CE) for completing this course.
- International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) (1.0 for ISA Certified Arborists, 1.0 Utility Specialist, 1.0 Municipal Specialist, 1.0 Climber Specialist, 1.0 Aerial Lift Specialist). To get the ISA Continuing Education Units certificate you will be charged a fee of $30.
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The California Department of Agriculture and the University of California Master Gardener Program.
Lauren Snowden, UC Master Gardener Statewide Training Coordinator